Here is a link to my FB album that has a lot of the pics (plus others about my gardening back in 2011 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1812541606166.101506.1618822299&type=1&l=97d68419d5 and here is one for 2012 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3403344335240.148889.1618822299&type=1&l=4a7b25d71b
If I may asked how did the floating bed work out, using chicken manure as the nutrient? Did you aerate it?
Since I do a lot of indoor flower growing for my daughters, I have read extensively about hydroponics and even aquaponics but something always seems to come up and actually doing it gets pushed back... But, with the grow season upon us again, I have once again been thinking about trying it out... I would be doing it slightly different using llama droppings instead of chicken droppings, but it appears information on using 'natural' ferts vs bottled stuff in hydroponics isn't really trendy and thus information is limited, probably due to the difference in odor since most people do the hydroponics indoors or in green houses... But, since I have copious amounts of llama and goat beans, piles of my bat guano in my barn loft, and obviously chicken droppings out the ying-yang I would like to leverage some of the natural ferts in an hydroponic system
Edited by MeepBeep - 3/8/16 at 9:27pm